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Nitrogen and Septic Information


  • About Septic Systems & Title 5
    Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection website has a number of resources listed on its site including applications and forms, an overview of title 5 regulations and types of wastewater disposal systems, frequently asked questions, a glossary

  • Making an IMPACT: The Watershed Approach
    Issue of Small Flows Magazine.
    By Caigan M. McKenzie
    Nearly 40 percent of streams, 45 percent of lakes, and 50 percent of estuaries that have been assessed across the U.S. are still not clean enough to support uses such as fishing and swimmi

  • Septic System Maintenance
    Septic System Maintenance, published by National Small Flows Clearing House

  • A bay-friendly way to flush : New nitrogen-reducing septic systems
    A bay-friendly way to flush : New nitrogen-reducing septic systems help keep Chesapeake health from going down the drain
    By PAMELA WOOD, Staff Writer of Capital Online. Published on 02/17/07

  • Application to Addle Canada Goose Eggs in Massachusetts
    David Grunden is sending the Town’s goose egg addling permit in to the MA Division of Fish and Wildlife. The property owner needs to be the applicant. However, persons other than the property owner may be allowed to do the actual addling. Here is a permit application with David's staff listed as permitted to addle eggs on the properties as well as text to justify the issuance of the permit. The top part of the form needs to be filled out by property owner/tenant and mailed to the address at the bottom of the form.
    Click here to download file/form

  • National Small Flows Clearinghouse Journal
    This site links to many great resources on Septic System Information, and Management and Planning for Small Community Wastewater

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